This Boy That Girl Talk 'Breaking Bad' EP, Their Positive Message & More [EXCLUSIVE]


This Boy That Girl, compromised of siblings Alec and Becca King, are ready to get the party started this summer. The pop and hip-hop duo recently released the video for their upbeat single, Sweet Life. The colorful clip, they said, describes their style perfectly.

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Sweet Life will appear on their upcoming Breaking Bad EP, coming next month. The debut will include some more dance tracks as well as slow-tempo tunes.

"Our vibe is all about having fun and being young and our message is always positive," Becca told Enstars over the phone on Tuesday. "And it's about self-empowerment."

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The two also took their message to another level. The Colorado natives recently played shows at schools across California on the "Music is My Language" tour, which aims to battle bullying. "Basically we promote that bullies are wack," rapper Alec said.

Alec, 20, and Becca, 18, officially formed their group three years ago after countless hours of writing music together. While there may be some sibling rivalry, they both agree that they vibe well together.

"When it comes down to it, it's better working with your sibling than another person that's not your sibling because you know that they always have your back no matter what," Becca, who sings and plays guitar, said.

And when asked about their dream collaboration—aside from Pharrell Williams—Alec chimed in, "I already got my dream collabo. It's Becca."

Watch their video for Sweet Life below and stay up-to-date with the group by following them on Twitter.

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